Tusshar Kapoor feels he should have avoided some films at start

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Tusshar Kapoor completes 20 years in Bollywood Industry. Talking about his journey, Tusshar says – “I started with Khakhee (2004), Shootout at Lokhandwala (2007), then again did Shor In The City and The Dirty Picture both in 2011… as many serious and dark roles as much as comedy. But because of Golmaal, it becomes like a brand for you. I don’t have a problem with it, I am happy.”

He further tells, when asked about regrets, he shares – “I don’t regret, but yes, of course, there are some films I did in the beginning of my career which I feel I could have avoided. But I did it, and I should be happy, because even the not so good experiences have taught me a lot. You learn that this is not something (you want to do), not the people you want to work with, and it’s not a setup you would like to do again.”

Tusshar Kapoor also speaks about his upcoming movie and knowledge, he says – “I have had my share. That was part of the game, life and journey. It was always full of surprises, my journey. In today’s time, if there are a bit lesser opportunities in films, there’s the web platform. Now, with Covid-19, we have the option to release films for audience there. I am grateful it’s getting bigger, and there is so much growth within the industry. Different kind of movies are being made, and genres are being explored.”

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